South Dakota December 09, 2016
These 8 Extremely Tiny Restaurants in South Dakota Are Actually Amazing
South Dakota is filled with plenty of tiny, adorable restaurants that patrons rave over. Any wait you have to endure because of limited seating is absolutely worth it when you’re enjoying a delicious meal in a cozy atmosphere that makes you feel right at home. These 8 restaurants may be tiny, but that doesn’t mean they don’t rank among the best.
1. JL Beers, Sioux Falls.
JL Beers Sioux Falls Western Ave / Facebook
The JL Beers locations are so small that they can host 47 patrons at a time. While the space is tight, there’s just something about the atmosphere that makes you feel right at home. At JL Beers, you can always expect phenomenal burgers and impressive beer options.
3623 S Western Ave or 323 S Phillips Ave.
2. Delmonico Grill, Rapid City.
Get ready to be blown away if you’re planning on dining at Delmonico Grill. This steakhouse has a remarkable reputation for not only delicious steaks, but also mouthwatering seafood that arrives fresh daily. Once you visit this little restaurant once, you’ll be dying to go back.
609 Main St
3. Nick’s Hamburger Shop, Brookings.
Nick’s has been serving up spectacular burgers since 1929, and most of the locals refuse to get a burger anywhere else. They are just that good (especially with a shake). 427 Main Ave Brookings.
4. Hill City Cafe, Hill City.
Enjoy all the home-cooked comfort food your heart desires at this quaint café. Their biscuits and gravy are some of the best in the Black Hills. You can also never go wrong with a delicious, warm cinnamon roll or a slice of lemon meringue pie.
5. Country Café, Madison.
You’ll feel right at home in this downright charming locally owned restaurant. Their mission is to serve affordable, quality home-cooked food and offer exceptional service in a friendly environment. We dare you not to love Country Café.
6. Parker’s Bistro, Sioux Falls.
When it comes to a fancy dining in Sioux Falls, Parker’s is a true gem. This multi-cuisine restaurant is known for their fresh and inventive food that keeps the locals raving. If you ever find yourself in downtown Sioux Falls, Parker’s is a must-experience. 210 S Main Ave
7. Centerville Steakhouse, Centerville.
7. Don’t be deceived by the outside, Centerville Steakhouse is top-notch. They serve upscale Midwestern delights such as mouthwatering steak and prime rib, and exceptional boasted chicken. This tiny restaurant is absolutely a must-stop.
601 Broadway St.
8. B&G Milkyway.
B&G succeeds in creating a fantastic atmosphere of years past. Their menu may have changed slightly over the years, but they have been serving up your favorite hamburgers, footlongs, baked beans, and waffle cones for decades. You can find these old-fashioned drive-ins at various locations in Sioux Falls, Brandon, and Tea.
Do you think that these are the best tiny restaurants in the state? Let us know what we missed!